For travelers to Paris who need their internet fix but still want to soak up the Parisian atmosphere, Cybercafes are the way to go.
The CCIP, with offices located at 27, avenue de Friedland, also manages two fairgrounds, two convention centers, and a dozen leading institutions of higher learning (Grandes écoles), including the HEC School of Management and the ISTM (Institut Supérieur de Technologie et de Management).
Many are located near the train stations. These businesses tend to be somewhat transient, so check before you visit to avoid disappointment.
Chabanet, 4 rue Chabanais. Located near the Opera Garnier; French, Japanese, and English spoken here.
Cybercafe de Paris, 15 rue des Halles. A spacious and famous cybercafe at the Paris-Halles central metro station, walking distance from the Louvre.
Cyber Cube, 3 locations in Paris, charges customers by the minute.
Cybercafe Latin, 35 bis rue de Fleurus. 20 computers and printers available.
Image in Air, 22 rue Aubry-le-Boucher. Located next to Pompidou Center.
Jardin de l’Internet, 79 Boulevard Saint Michel. 20 computers, copier, scanner, fax available.
Le Meilleur des Mondes, 4 rue Michel Chasles. Wifi, fax and scanners; located next to the Gare de Lyon.
Milk Internet Hall, 5 locations in Paris. Open 24 hours; each location has 70 – 200 computers.
Net Coffee, 27 rue Lacepede. Serves Australian food such as meat pies and Dundee cake.
NG2C, rue du Fbg Poissonniere. Internet and gaming available here; located near the Gare du Nord.
Planet Cyber Café, 173 Rue De Vaugirard. Offers internet amidst the atmosphere of a Paris brasserie.
Starbucks, 37 locations throughout Paris. One of the best bets for internet, as every location has internet access and comfortable seating.
XS Arena Internet, 3 locations in Paris. Offering internet and gaming 24 hours a day at all locations.